There was a good turnout to the Heathcote Transport Action Group information session last month.December 14, 2012 4:02am
Representatives from Heathcote Health and the City of Greater Bendigo were thrilled with the turnout to the Heathcote Transport Action Group information session last month.
Community members, key stakeholders and business representatives were invited to attend the session at the RSL hall on November 28.
The session offered attendees a chance to be part of improving the transport options in Heathcote.
Nineteen community members attended and were enthusiastic about the initiatives proposed.
Attendees were invited to form a transport action group, which will work together with members of the Heathcote community to identify issues concerning transport in the community, determine options regarding accessibility of transport, source funding for transport and inform and promote accessible transport in the Heathcote community.
Five attendees nominated to be part of the group, which will meet monthly from the end of January.
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